Javascript And Accessibility

Javascript is one language which usually gets blamed for the developer’s mistakes. And accessibility is one of the aspects where it gets bashed up. Roger Johansson shows how input-device independent Javascript can improve accessibility. Any assumption about the user’s environment can lead to loss of accessibility. Roger points to an excellent article by James Edwards on accessible Javascript. I hope every new programmer reads these articles and understands importance of accessibility. It is no less than the content or functionality itself.

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